“Oppenheimer” wins the most prizes at the BAFTA Awards

13 nominations, seven wins for Christopher Nolan’s film about the physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer.

Things are going well for Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer”: In January 2024, his film about the “father of the atomic bomb” took home five awards at the Golden Globes – including the award for Best Drama. And his historical work also won at this year’s awards ceremony of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA for short) in London on Sunday evening, February 18th. “Oppenheimer” was nominated for a trophy in 13 categories and won a total of seven awards.

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Nolan’s work emerged victorious in the following categories: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor (Cillian Murphy), Best Supporting Actor (Robert Downey Jr.), Best Editing, Best Soundtrack and Best Cinematography.

left: film producer Emma Thomas, right: director Christopher Nolan

Cillian Murphy’s BAFTA acceptance speech:

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Another winning film: “Poor Things”

With seven trophies under his belt, Christopher Nolan was definitely the winner of the evening, but things were also looking good for Giorgos Lanthimos’ “Poor Things” with five awards. Emma Stone, who plays Bella in the work, is a scientist comes to life and then begins to discover the world like a child, was named Best Actress. This meant she was able to prevail against “Barbie” actress Margot Robbie.

German actress Sandra Hülser, who was nominated in the category for her leading role in the Holocaust drama “The Zone of Interest,” also received nothing. However, the work was honored as Best British Film.

“Anatomy of a Case,” which also stars German actress Sandra Hülser, also won the Best Original Screenplay category.

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